Åkare: Leticia Bufoni, Chris Cole, Sean Malto, Felipe Gustavo, Madars Apse, Alex Sorgente & Sewa Kroekrov
Nearly 3.7 million people live in Berlin—Germany’s capital—a city that dates all the way back to the 13th century, where reminders of the city’s turbulent history include everything from its Holocaust memorial to the Berlin Wall’s graffitied remains. It’s a thriving city, known for is its art scene, modern landmarks and even more recently… skateboarding! New faces at known spots are common and non-natives traveling from all over have been relocating to the German capital. Yep! Berlin has spots and Leticia Bufoni, Chris Cole, Sean Malto, Felipe Gustavo, Madars Apse, Alex Sorgente and Sewa Kroetkov recently took on the city with GoPro’s latest camera, the HERO6 in hand.
Being such a versatile camera, the HERO6 was the perfect tool for a mission to Berlin. Nobody likes traveling with big backpacks full of camera gear while you push from spot to spot, although sometimes it’s necessary. But for this trip in particular, skating from spot to spot and documenting nearly every second of every moment was a breeze for the GoPro squad—whether they were shooting stills, sequences, or simply stacking clips for the edit above.
We caught up with some of the crew to get some back stories on the trip and pick their brains on why they prefer GoPro. Check the edit then dive into some Berlin stories. Traveling and GoPro’s HERO6 go hand in hand, you can learn more about the camera and all that it has to offer right here.